"suck it up"?
what is that mean? and is it a fashinable expression?
It's only used among friends. If I wanted to do something but I didn't have the courage to do it then a friend might say "Just suck it up and do it".
I think these slang phrases are easier to learn in context. Don't worry too much about them.
Jacky, I'm afraid that you are wrong. "Suck it up" is not a swearing phase at all. It's "sucks"
"suck it up" meaning is to accepting something unpleasant and get over it and move along
It's not really used in the UK. I think others have done well at explaining it. I'd just like to add that you would really only use it with people you know well and if they were complaining about something relatively minor. Obviously saying it to someone who has real problems is very rude and unhelpful.
your answers are very specific and helpful!!! excellent explainations also. Thank you!!!
Do not suck me up by any means , I am not so perfect a teacher .
sucl\k up = flatter (to my knowledge)
This is a pretty common expression in Australia. Other equivalents would be to say to someone, "harden up/toughen up". It's like telling a person to stop whinging or complaining and to just just deal with things.
It's also pretty common to in Australia to say "suck it up, princess", if you really want to belittle someone.
It's fairly fashionable among guys who like to think they're prettty tough but it isn't too offensive to say to someone where I'm from, however Australians are known to be a pretty unrefined bunch and a little politically incorrect.
Do not suck me up
That's not quite correct, it should be:
'Don't suck up to me'
What you've written sound like the person is physically going to suck them up somehow or use some device to. Like if it was a fictional story about a giant vacuum cleaner and there was a tiny person at the suction end they might say 'don't suck me up!'
Thanks for your correction .
Double: Forget about it. The term is so antiquated it will not impress any American speakers. It would be more suited for guys in the locker room trash talking at each other about 1980 at the latest.
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